Family violence risk assessment and management framework : a common approach to screening, assessing and managing risk Ministry of Justice, Tāhū o te Ture - Wellington, New Zealand : Ministry of Justice, Tāhū o te Ture, 2017 - electronic document (70 pages); PDF file: 1.71 MB 66 pages ; 30 cm.

The Family Violence Risk Assessment Management Framework (RAMF) aims to ensure that risks will be identified, assessed and managed consistently across the country for victims and perpetrators. The Framework provides practice values and expected generic practice approaches, including outlining a
common understanding of family violence. This is designed to serve as a road map to help provide consistency in responses to family violence across sectors and agencies. We commend the Framework to you and encourage you to use it as a fundamental guiding document. Documents relating to the consultation and development of RAMF are available (#5266). This framework and the Family Violence, Sexual Violence and Violence within Whānau: Workforce Capability Framework (#5459) were launched at the Family Violence Summit held in Wellington on 7 June 2017 (follow the link for more information about the Summit and see Ministers Adams and Tolley's press release and the NZFVC news item For more information about the frameworks). Record #5458

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FAMILY VIOLENCE
CHILD ABUSE
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
INTERAGENCY COLLABORATION
INTERVENTION
INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE
PERPETRATORS
RISK ASSESSMENT
RISK MANAGEMENT
SCREENING
SOCIAL SERVICES
SUPPORT SERVICES
VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE


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